|Talking Alarm Clock lets
your computer remind you of important dates and events.
Here are some of the latest features of Talking Alarm Clock
To install and use Talking Alarm Clock, your system will need:
If you already have a previous version of Talking Alarm Clock installed, you can upgrade to the latest version by simply downloading and installing it. The installer will automatically recognize it as an upgrade.
If you've already installed Talking Alarm Clock 2.0 Preview, you'll need to remove it before installing this version. The Talking Alarm Clock 2.0 setup will do this automatically.
You can't have more than one version of Talking Alarm Clock installed at the same time, and when you install version 2.0 it will replace any previous versions installed on your machine.
If you're using an earlier version than 1.5, you should upgrade to version 1.5 before installing version 2.0.
Talking Alarm Clock 2.0 is mostly "downward compatible" with previous versions. You can uninstall version 2.0 and reinstall version 1.5 without losing your alarms. However, any alarm that has been updated with version 2.0 will lose its shortcuts when used with a previous version.
On Windows® Vista, Windows® 7 or Windows® 8, you can choose a compatibility setting using the Talking Alarm Clock Support program. If you choose to stay compatible with the Windows® XP version, you'll be able to copy alarms between Windows® XP machines and Windows® Vista, Windows® 7 or Windows® 8 machines, and you'll stay compatible with version 1.5. However, you'll need administrative privileges to use the application.
To set the Windows® XP compatibility, you must run the Talking Alarm Clock Support program "as administrator".
Run the Talking Alarm Clock setup (click on the link and pick Run or Open). The setup program will download and open the installation package. Then just follow the installation instructions.
Once Talking Alarm Clock has been installed, look for Talking Alarm Clock in the Programs Menu. You should also see an icon that looks like this in the Windows® system tray. Right click on the icon to add a new alarm or show the alarm clock.
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Acknowledgement, Awards, and Testimonials
Thanks to Mark Knight for toughing out some tricky testing.
Thanks to Sterling Bjorndahl for knowing what he's doing.
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